Friday August 25, 2006

LSAT Workshop at Law School

Law school applicants can receive test-taking and admission tips at a two-session workshop.

Law School Admission Test (LSAT) takers and law school applicants can receive test-taking and admission tips at a two-session workshop hosted by the University of Dayton.

The first session is Sept. 8-9 at Keller Hall and the second session is Sept. 15-16 in the Jesse Philips Humanities Center, both on the UD campus. The workshop, sponsored by the UD prelaw program, is $95 and limited to 100 participants. The registration deadline is Sept. 2.

The workshop begins with a two-hour session at 7 p.m. Sept. 8. Alan Kimbrough, director of UD's prelaw program, and Janet Hein, UD School of Law director of admissions, will offer law school application tips. A panel of law school students will join Kimbrough and Hein to reflect on their experiences.

The workshop continues at 8 a.m. the next day with participants taking a practice LSAT test, which will be graded and returned immediately after the test for analysis.

Instructors will address participants' test-taking concerns during the following weekend's session, held from 6:30-9 p.m. Sept. 16 and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 17. It will be taught by UD law, philosophy and English faculty, feature test-taking and analytical reasoning strategies, analysis of individual writing samples, timed drills and a test preparation book.

To register, contact Annie Milliron at (937) 229-4229 or annie.milliron@notes.udayton.edu.

For more information on the University of Dayton's LSAT prep workshop, contact Annie Milliron at (937) 229-4229 or annie.milliron@notes.udayton.edu.